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Oct 7, 2009 08:56 AM


My SO came home last night with a sudden "need" to get a Turducken ... no idea where he got this idea from but I suspect one of his work colleagues of planting it in his mind!

Does anyone know where it is possible to get a Turducken from in Toronto? The only place I can think is SLM but them I'm not sure which of the shops (if any) in there would have or be able to prepare such a thing.

Any suggestions gratefully accepted!

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  1. I have seen them in a box in the freezer at the Real Canadian Superstore at Dufferin & Steeles. Since it is part of the group of Loblaws stores, my guess is that No Frills and Loblaws may very well carry them as well. Happy Thanksgiving!

    1. Sobeys carries the frozen in a box too.

      1. We bought a frozen one a coupla years ago from Loblaws. It was pricey and not very good. I think it wasn't that moist. Nothing beats a fresh turkey.

        1. It's would incredible, satisfying challenge to actually make one of these successfully. (No, I looked at the basic instructions and didn't bother.)

          As to to the eating qualities, I'm not so sure. I've never tasted one of these made by Paul Prudhomme. Perhaps its in a different league. Loblaw's has them in the freezer. Good luck. As to it actually tasting good, don't hold your breath. But please report if you get one.

          1. It was available at Healthy Butcher last year.

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            1. re: ace123

              This year too, but had to be pre-ordered by 4 October . . . might be worth a try to call and see if there is any chance . . .